Topic: Relative Pitch
"Learning Intervals" is the all-in-one guide to improving your relative pitch using intervals.
It teaches 3 different methods for learning interval recognition, which you can combine to create your own perfect approach. Full of tips, advice, and resources to help you develop your sense of relative pitch.
If you have an iPhone or an iPod Touch, check out our interval training app, RelativePitch. It starts from the basics and teaches you all the intervals of the octave in a fun and effective way.
It's been rated 4-stars or above in 95% of user reviews, and was chosen by Apple to be a featured app on the App Store.
The fundamental type of chord is the triad: a three-note chord which can be major, minor, diminished or augmented.
Learning to recognise the different kinds of triad is an excellent first step in becoming proficient with chords, and our Chordelia: Triad Tutor app makes it easy, fun and effective!
Discussion and Advice
If you want to share tips, get advice, or simply discuss your relative pitch ear training, come talk about it in our Relative Pitch forum.
Learning to recognise intervals (two notes together) is generally the first step to improving your sense of relative pitch.
Once you've mastered two notes at once... try three! Chords are the natural next step in improving your relative pitch aural skills.